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Anger Management Foldables - Summer Theme

Anger management foldables to help students learn to identify anger, anger triggers and coping skills!

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from Cheerfully Imperfect

Wet Sock Treatment

Here are some really useful stress relief activities that you can use when you feel the need to try to relax. More

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Help your child manage their stress by making homemade stress balls.

Help your child manage their stress by making homemade stress balls.

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Make Stress Fidgets - $1 pool noodle + 1 serrated knife + 2 minutes = 52 stress fidgets for the upcoming school year. That's a time and financial investment even I could afford! Great idea from Danielle at School Counselor Blog. OR Use a funnel to fill round balloons with corn starch, flour, or sand. Fold the neck of the balloon over, and put inside of another balloon that you've snipped the neck off of. Repeat with a third balloon. Just double-check with ...

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Stress Management Activity Bundle: Teaching Kids to Manage Stress

This stress management activity bundle for kids teaches children about stress and coping skills they can use when they need to calm down. This activity can be used by parents, teachers and counselors. Students will enjoy the variety of activities included in ths bundle.

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Calm Down Box. Bubbles to take deep breaths, playdough or stress ball to squeeze, notepad to write/scribe feelings, tissue for tears, rubbing stone, emotion cards to help those who are having a hard time to articulate how they feel

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from Harvard Health Blog

Two techniques for reducing stress

Worry Box - Place worries and unwanted thoughts in this box. #cheerup #livebetter

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The 21-Day Anxiety Challenge: Take Control of Your Nerves in 2016
from POPSUGAR Smart Living

The 21-Day Anxiety Challenge: Take Control of Your Nerves

The 21-Day Anxiety Challenge: Take Control of Your Nerves in 2016

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